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    August 6, 2011
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casualties in a single incident in afghanistan. to the talent and is taking responsibility for the helicopter crash. in this country, democrats and republicans are blaming one another for the downgrading of the u.s. credit rating. yesterday the s&p downgraded the credit rating from which relate to aa +. the new deficit
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reduction plan does not go far enough to stabilize the country's debt crisis according to s&p. china is the largest camps for a holder of u.s. debt. there are demanding that the u.s. tighten its belt. you can see that the dow started on monday above 12,500. by tuesday it will dip below 12,000. when is it was up and down and serve as it was the worst day with the dow losing 512 points. on friday stocks went on a roller-coaster ride again. what are investors to to do? there is an opportunity for some great stock deals. >> it has been a wild ride for the stock market this week. many stocks have gone down experts say stocks in the technology
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sector have held their own. >> it depends on how much you are willing to spend. ken google is a stock that is close to $600 a share. >> apple and google are top stocks. here are the numbers. friday morning apple opened at around $380. closed around $373. new google opened at around $582 and closed around $579. if you are looking for new, more affordable option, experts suggest linkedin. their shares opened around $101 and closed around $91. >> we want to get you, on the weather forecast for this week and as we take a live look outside of san francisco.
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overcast skies, fog and drizzle in some parts of the bay area as well. >> once again fall is " to be the story out there today and through the weekend. dense fog and drizzle to the close to the clothesline. as we head into the afternoon, temperatures will be cooler out there today for our inland valleys. we will drop several degrees and a few degrees for the bayshore is. as we head into tomorrow dense fog and drizzle will return but would plus the a lot of change in terms of temperatures. more on the forecast coming up in just a bit. >> " in the east bay, in oakland, about one dozen additional police officers will be controlling this weekend. they were just rehired as a recent spike in violence hit the city. there will be covering some of the most dangerous areas and oakland. >> they are sons, husbands and
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fathers. they are just a few of the 71 homicide victims in oakland this year. this city is on track to surpass last year's homicide total and record another violent year. for many people who live here, an end to violence cannot come soon enough. >> 13 years old, jamal clark. 28 months old, camille russell. these are babies. we are losing babies. a >> sherri lynn miller is a victim's advocate. she is glad some of the laid-off police officers have been rehired. in order to be effective as stopping in solving crimes, the officers have to build a relationship with the communities. >> and we need law enforcement, trained people to get our community under control, but they have to do with the right way. >> more community activities, maybe. involvement with the police department to build their trust. they need to build trust first. >> jim lajuan says 27 rehire
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officers will begin patrolling this weekend. those two areas record 92 percent of the city's homicides. the mayor says in all, 32 laid-off police officers will be rehired by the end of the summer. >> we are really going to concentrate on and check on probation. if >> both city leaders and community leaders and 06 more the police stopped the >> and nine year-old boy remains in critical condition at san francisco hospital. ryan white was hit by a driver while walking with his family, the driver was going the wrong way on the montgomery and made a hard left on mission street striking white. the driver drove off but was later arrested there is a word apartment. kron 4 spoke with the boy about the ordeal -- kron 4 spoke with
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the boy's father about the ordeal. >> we were walking back from the giants game, back to our hotel. we had come to an intersection, we were crossing with the light. a car came screeching out of the street in a hit-and-run vehicle, slammed into another vehicle and that was where my son was and then, the car continued down the street, i understand it at several other cars and drove away. >> the fact is, he did not stop. what went through your mind? >> i wanted my son to be all right. that is all i cared about. >> as we mentioned, police arrested the suspected hit and run driver. gerry stoner spoke with witnesses who helped police catch him. >> seems like he was out of his mind. >> and this man, a 21 year-old andrew vargas, accused of crushing this white as you the into a nine year-old boy been
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driving off. the boy was in town from pennsylvania. thursday night he went with his family to see the philadelphia phillies. quick >> there was a young boy lying on the ground. >> images of the aftermath are still vivid in this which is his head. she said the driver not only hit the boy, but also this car, and that car and at this taxi as he went the wrong way after new montgomery onto mission street. >> he ran a red light and crashed and then crashed into a taxi, he was not stopping. i saw the light as you need take off down mission street. if >> witnesses gave descriptions and tag numbers of as you need to police. they trace the owner to hayward and were waiting for the driver, andrew vargas. when he came back to the area he was arrested and in the process failed a sobriety test. if >> i thought it was awful. it was crazy to see him crashed into several
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a moment of silence was held for ryan white at the phillies intense game. the spot >> here is a live look outside, this time from walnut creek. we will be right
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>> police are warning south bay parents to be on the lookout after two attempted abductions within 10 days. this is a sketch of the suspect in the first kidnapping attempt. the man tried to lure a 10 year-old or pasgirl is from in front of her
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house. the reduction attempts to not appear to be related. >> the coast guard is searching for a man who was last seen sailing from the bay area. he set sail back on july 25th. >> sports highlights when we come back. here is a live look outside for the san mateo bridge. the full forecast is straight ahead.
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>> we are back on the kron 4 news, i hope your having a good saturday morning. a lot of clouds hovering over the bay area.
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>> continuing to see dense fog and drizzle. air temperatures this afternoon are going to be a little bit cooler. mild conditions through the afternoon. ha will have an agenda is will continue to be cool. it worwind gusts in and ie
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20 mi. per hour range. reconditions 3 the evening with wins in the teens. hot as you head into the nighttime hours, those wind speeds will die down a little bit. as for the services morning, a pretty mild. temperatures in the '50s by noon. a little bit slower to warm. the fall will be lingering or, on the bayshore. but here are your highs for the day. and
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acaricides arunta >> adrienne collateral average for this time of year. network >> guest 8-10 degrees below average for this time of year. body into cool weather sticking with us through the weekend and into early next >> turned to sports, tiger woods
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is starting to stay in the hunt for the bridgestone invitational. there is bad blood at the ballpark. it looks like the giants had a good rival. gary radnich has highlighted. >> the giants and the phillies. sanchez starts tonight. he gave up a homer into shape to reno. john mayberry jr., 4-1 philadelphia. perhaps jimmy rollins, a nice homecoming. from elitem md.. ramirez hit the real in the back. the word is
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phillies were trying to steal a base. they go back and forth., print there was pushing and shoving. in premier is were all toss out. >> a scary moments. a call rather a pitcher hit in the head by a line drive. 60 ft. point 6 in. from home plate. the picture isn't vulnerable. palm on the right side of the face. he laid on the mound for several minutes before medical personnel carted them off. according to the metal staff of, he was blinking, able to move his hands and legs before being taken to a local
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hospital. the oakland a's are not doing very well. they are 18-39 on the road. that is bad. 49-63 overall. the oakland a's lost 8-4. tiger woods did not do that in akron. he is not the tiger woods old. he did shoot a 71 that put him 1 under par. here is this saying, and woods has impeccable concentration. phil mickelson in pink pants honoring lucille ball. her one hundredth birthday. there it is.
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>> this country is celebrating the one hundredth birthday of lucille ball. pork
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>> lucille ball continues to capture people's hearts. she would have turned 100 years old
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today. she was born in jamestown, new york. she rose to stardom on television and film. she won four emmys and nominated more than one dozen times. today in san francisco the diner on center street is celebrating everything goes to the screening of whatever shows and eight lucy and desi costing contest. >> take a look at global sometime today. >> there is a contest aimed at showcasing the city of oakland. jean quan joined dozens of residents to announce the winner of while of oakland video competition. we're going to take
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a live look outside. not a whole lot is change in the last 30 minutes. still a lot of overcast skies. we will be right back.
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>> been morning and welcome back. it looks like highway 880101 on the peninsula. let's get the forecast. it looks as if we are off to another overcast and foggy day. >> once again fall will be the story out there today and through the weekend. dense fog and drizzle close to the coastline. temperatures are
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going to be cooler out there today for inland valleys. >> democrats and republicans are blaming one another for the downgrading of the u.s. credit rating. it is the first downgrade ever. >> a few common-sense steps that would help the economy, ideas that been supported by both democrats and republicans in the past. i will keep calling on both parties in congress to put aside their differences and send these bills to my desk so that i
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design away. after all, both parties share power and responsibility for our progress. employers >> added 117,000 jobs in july, that is a big improvement compared to june. 18,000 were added for that month. the unemployment rate dropped from 9.2% to 9.1% in july. >> in sunnyvale at the unemployment office to continue to see 200-300 job-seekers each
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day. >> mr. allen is an electrician. >> i am not finding a lot out there. it is tough to get a job right now. there is a lot of competition. >> mr. green is an equipment support engineer transitioning to high tea. >> everyone wants to-five years experience. i do not have >> laundry works and customer service. >> you just have to keep looking and stay positive. >> despite the fact of office remains filled with job-seekers, those to run the centers in hiring as on the >> in the last four months, and 90 have found work which is definitely an increase over the same period last year. hist
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>> subject of the implementing a
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juvenile curfew as a means to reduce violent crime in oakland is a touchy subject for leaders in oakland city hall. i could not find one city councilperson available to discuss. jean quan doi told me that she does not support the curfew idea. the mayor might be open to some kind of a boy during enforcement to get teenagers off of the streets during certain hours. police chief floated the curfew idea to oakland city leaders a while back as an option that may reduce crime and after reviewing juvenile crime statistics like these from last year. the categories are homicides, shootings, burglaries and auto thefts. from june to august 139
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juveniles were arrested. a 41 percent increase during summer vacation from school. officials at city hall say at this time there is nothing on the table when it comes to any kind of curfew for the city of oakland. >> as you might imagine, the idea of a teen curfew is getting mixed reactions from residents. we spoke to some of them about the proposed idea. >> i do not supported. it is nothing against cutting down violence. i do not support a curfew. >> i do supportive. i am tired of seeing the use around here is that of being in a community center, i am tired of seeing them been out there, running around talking crazy, they have guns. >> i do not think it would be a good idea. i think it is better to give the use of the message that they're good people if they want to do something outside after 10:00 p.m., i think they should be encouraged to do that, something social. a lot of wonderful things can happen
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after 10:00 p.m.. >> i am for that. i want to make sure that my son is safe. >> it is a double-edged sword. >> out of the three largest cities in the bay area, san francisco, san jose and oakland, oakland is the only city without a juvenile curfew. still ahead on kron 4, we will tell you about a brand of pedestrian awareness campaign that is happening today just blocks away from a nine year-old boy was hit by a driver. we will take a live look outside san jose where traffic is moving nice and easy under overcast skies. we will be
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right back. hot
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>> san francisco police will to crackdown london as a and safety violations.. >> campaign is happening just blocks away from where a nine year-old boy was hit by a driver. ryan white was walking with his family after a giants game at at&t park. the driver was going the wrong way on the montgomery when he turned on to mention and hit the boy. two other people and several other vehicles as well. the driver, andrew vargas' fled the scene but was arrested in hayward. police and witnesses track him
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down less than one hour after the crash. he was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and felony hit and run. >> still ahead, a surprise flash flooding in north carolina. we will have more if on what rescue crews had to do to save some residents from the rising waters. we'll have that when we come back.
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>> if we are kron 4 news weekend. flash flooding in north carolina on friday killed at least one person and forced the evacuation of two neighborhoods. cruz said the use boats to rescue people were trapped by the rising water. dozens of motorists were also stranded. as much as 6 in. of rain fell on parts of charlotte. by the evening, most of the grave danger had passed. finish timorous story here in the bay area. in san francisco, plenty of fall and overcast skies. was go ahead and get the forecast.
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>> the fog has been dominating our forecast of the past several days. today is no exception. temperatures this afternoon are going to be cooler. i did mention that the fall will be slower to push back. fall is still laboring over the peninsula and oakland, getting back to san francisco into the coastline by noon. temperatures will continue to be cool. we will see additional cooling for places like oakland, hayward, six of the lingering foggy. gough this afternoon winds will
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be picking up. >> to redress this morning are pretty mild. in the '50s, by noon a little bit slower to warm-up. highs in the 80s today. on the east bay, '60s and
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'70s. hong for home fit smile all the way through next week. the giants are home this weekend hosting
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the philadelphia phillies. these days, the phillies have replaced the dodgers as the no. 1 enemy for the giants. this is the scene in the sixth inning of last night's game * blair. -- as temperatures flared. >> their rivalry was definitely born. >> if there's one thing phillies and giants fans can agree on, they both want to be champions, but only one can be victorious in the national league. >> last year got knocked out of the playoffs and the giants won. there is just bad blood between us. we will and that tonight. we will see what happens. >> even though phillies fans may not want a rematch that took them out of the playoffs last year, the world to the world series may again goes to the giants, fuelling the rivalry. >> it will be ongoing for quite a few years.
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>> police in mountain view are crediting a quick thinking teenager for schering of some bands were pointing a gun at their friend. rob fladeboe explains, the teenager fold the armed robbers into thinking his bb gun was a real thing. >> a bizarre chain of events occurred here at this apartment complex are ortega avenue in mountain view. the boy's father was arriving home for work wednesday evening, he was about to enter his apartment when he was surprised from behind by a trio of suspects, one of whom put a gun to the man's head and then forced their way into his apartment. >> his son, very for his father's safety try to get up to help them but the suspect pulled to the the the sun. at that point the son's friend who had begun stood up and pointed that at the suspect and cocked the slide. all three of the suspects ran off at that point.
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>> the suspects' managed to evade a man high despite the use of search dogs. police say it is never wise to confront and on armed assailants. >> straight ahead on kron 4 news, it was the kiss that helps marked the celebration of the end of world war two. we will show you how you can get an up close look at this iconic and very public, personal moment between a nurse and a sailor. before we get to that, a live look outside from walnut creek. we will be right back. ga
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>> jason reynolds and jason bateman star in the movie the change. a chance to live one another's lives. be careful what you wish for. the change of is rated r. good intentions of dangerous results in a rise of the planet of the apes. james frank plays a scientist experimented with genetic engineering to try to find a cure for alzheimer's. he tested his new drug on a primate which soon takes off humanlike intelligence but has no love for human authority. rise of the planet of the aids is rated pg- 13. >> this holder of a famous *
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square case is showing in san francisco on display today and tomorrow at pier 45 at fisherman's that occur the day president truman announced world war two was over. the sculptress traveling across the country to promote national spirit of 45 days. today marks the sixty sixth anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on the japanese city of hiroshima. it was the first atomic bomb was used in warfare. >> much more, the kron 4 news
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weekend. henry is out about this morning. >> i am not really out today, i am about. raccoons, squirrels, who are you going to call? the animal in your backyard expert is 20 joining us. fish
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>> for many people who live in oakland, the violence ending cannot come soon enough. they are on track to surpass last year's number of deaths. >> sherry miller says she is glad oakland has rehired some of the laid-off police officers. in order to be effective solving crimes, the officers have to build a relationship with communities. >> we need law enforcement, trained people to get the committee under control, but they have to do with the right way. >> more community activities with the police department involved to help build trust. they need to build trust first. >> oakland mayor jean quan says 27 officers will begin patrolling this weekend. there are two areas of local and that record 92 percent of homicides. in all 32 laid-off police officers will be rehired by the end of summer.
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>> we are going to concentrate to make sure that patrol and intervention is there and checking on probation. >> it will take more than police to stop the violence. they say the committee has to be involved so that fewer pictures will appear on this homicide board. democrat >> and republicans are blaming one another for the historic downgrading of the u.s. credit rating. late friday, the s&p downgraded the u.s. credit rating from aaa to aa aa status. aa +, rather. the deficit republicareduction plant go far enough to stabilize the cresses according to s&p. the u.s. is traditionally seen as will the safest investments in the world. china at one trillion is the largest foreign holder of u.s. debt it is demanding that the u.s. tightens its belt and
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confront its addiction to debt. >> a live look outside beautiful mt. tam >> once again fall is the story of their today and through the weekend. foggy and result close to the clothesline. temperatures are going to be cooler out there today for the inland valleys. we will drop several degrees and a few degrees on the bayshore is. as we head into tomorrow, the dense fog and drizzle will return but we will love to a lot of change in terms of temperatures. more on the foggy forecast and will give breezing later this afternoon, all of that coming up in a bid. >> a 9 year-old boy remains in critical condition at san francisco general. ryan white was hit by a driver while walking with his family after a
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giants game on thursday. the driver was going the wrong way on new montgomery and made a hard left onto mission street striking the boy. the driver drove off but was later arrested. police have identified the suspect as and drove vargas. as terisa estacio reports, he is now facing multiple charges. this was the scene when police caught up with ever artists. they had him undergo a field sobriety test. officials told kron 4 that use twice the legal limit. that was nearly an hour after the crash in san francisco. following his arrest police state witnesses went to hayward to identify his car. >> they called us. witnesses had given his license plate number, they identified the vehicle and a suspect. >> kron 4 requested a jailhouse interview with artists
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>> he hit several >> several people are injured but only two people had to go to a hospital. >> this city of alameda is approving a plan, there is the property next to the oakland title. >> it is a nightmare. >> dave runs a small advertising business next door to what was a pump factory, one of the first manufacturing sites at elevated. a factory has been closed for
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years into the buildings are in bad shape. dave says there have been other problems. >> vagrants' go in and out. there is something that goes on. i would like to see this cleaned up. >> it looks and he will get his wish. a new plan will allow the properties owner to tear down the buildings and clean up the mess and to build 182 brand new president and it is. the plan also calls for a 2 a. public park along the waterfront. as
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>> south a man called 911 telling dispatchers that he killed his son. details coming up. a live look outside as early saturday morning in san francisco. overcast skies. we will be right back.
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>> rear back of kron 4 news. we are taking a live look outside of san jose. overcast skies and reports of drizzle and some areas around the bay area. be careful as you head out this >> the fault has been dominating the forecast. we started with a dense fog and drizzle that close to the clothesline. temperatures
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this afternoon will be cooler. let's take a look at fog tracker. wind gusts in the 20 mi. power range. as we head into the nighttime hours the wins
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will die down. as for the chargers this morning, pretty mild. temperatures in the '50s. by noon a little bit slower to warm up. here are your highs. only a few spots getting back into the 80s. let's take a look at the tenders are round the bay. 70's and 80's in the south bay. upper 80s yesterday. east bay shore, '60s and '70s. 63 in berkeley. cool along the coast.
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it will continue to be foggy to ask the afternoon. seven days of the north bay and 82 in fairfield. we are keeping to be as well below average for this time of year. a degrees below average for this time of day. in concord, believeas 10 degrees bw average. >> >> >> target is selling the iphone
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for $150. that is $50 off of the retail price, only for the weekend. if you traded andand old iphone, you'll get an additional discount. now is the time to upgrade. at&t is having it all but only sale if you do a two-year contract, you can get the palm + smart phones for free. like barry foes like the curved and the bold for 15. the samsung focus windows 7 smart phones for 15 and the motorola flip side and an droid phone for 15. verizon is also have an on- line only sale of a two-year contract. did the curve for one penny in the samsung continued delivering phone for free. all of these are high and sold separately to dollars or more. until now have never seen deals like these. these deals are good only for this weekend. this is a
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big deal. h-p is knocking $1 off of their tablet offered it for $40. that is one of dollars cheaper than the ipad. for more information on these deals and how to score them, log onto www.kron4.com. look for my text page. -- tech page. >> coming up, a closer look at the downgrade of the country's credit rating. it is the first time it has happened in the u.s.. before we did that, clear voice to check in propelle
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>> we have the expert on backyard wildlife to joining is answering your questions. that is coming up on the kron 4 news.
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>> the syndicated newspapers are producing opposite apec paper. gary is the syndicated wildlife writer. what is that? >> a weasel. >> they have this new section of
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the paper coming out. it looks great. the pet connection. every >> thing about pets and wildlife in the bay area. >> that was our excuse for bringing gary to answer some of your questions about wildlife. our first question comes from or to an alameda.art says that he has possums in his yard. is it possums or opossums? it >> yes. the irish kind are the opossums. >> they are probably one of the most common mammals that we have in the bay area. they are harmless. they argue to if you like something that looks like a giant cracked. [laughter] >> of my favorite shapes and sizes. >> they're scavengers. they get rid of things that you do not want lying around. they also get rid of pet food that you leave
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out when you should not, did not do that. since they are basically harmless year is just to lure them serious civil lawsuit your pets. soft hist san >> and wild turkeys? wild turkeys and are coming in epidemic. perhaps >> about 10 years ago you would have to put on camouflage gear to see a wild turkey. now, they are endemic in most parts of the bay area. there is a flock of about 40 on moraga wrote every morning. they blocked traffic. >> it is like some kind of disease? >> yes. >> out about foxes?
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>> the of started popping up here and there. the california gray fox. they make their nests under people's yards. when people have barbecues, they lined up waiting for their hamburgers. >> isn't it cool that fox babies are called kits? he is an expert on a backyard wildlife. the pet connection per pin take a lot of reader photographs. >> and they are incredible. >> it is going to come out the first wednesday of every month.
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the first couple months starting in september, subscribers will receive complimentary copies. starting in november, if you want to keep getting in, you pay >> $1 month> this would make a great television show. >> it would.gary bogue, you can find his columns in local papers and you can find his web site. did you, gary. thank you for joining us. >> we are going to take a
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break. when we come back, the over medication of our children. that and now and zero breweries. if ups
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>> will come back to the kron 4 news of weekend. a beautiful view for mt. tam. >> once again fall will be the story out there and through the weekend. in dense fog and drizzle close to the coastline. as temperatures will be cooler out there today for the inland valleys.
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>> republicans and democrats are blaming one another for the downgrading of the u.s. credit rating. a first down river. president obama repeated calls to extend tax cuts and to pass free-trade agreement and to pass reform. >> those are a few common-sense steps that would help the economy. these ideas of and supported by both democrats and republicans in the past. i will call upon both parties to put aside differences and send the bills to my desk right away. both parties share power and responsibility. it is on the democratic or republican responsibility, it is our responsibility as americans. that is the spirit we need in washington.
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>> in the republican address, they say the deficit reduction bill signed into law is a step in the right direction but the u.s. still has a long way to go in order for the economy to get back on track. >> cuts in reforms do not go nearly far enough. it is in a reasonable, responsible approach which includes spending cuts larger than the debt limit height and common sense caps on future government spending and no tax increases. it puts us on track to fix our fiscal problems. this is no time for celebration. we can celebrate when the budget is balanced and the debt is under control and the economy is back to creating jobs again. >> rich and hamel is the executive director of the
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nonpartisan group public notice. good morning. >> what does this downgrade mean for the average american? >> it is not good news. higher interest rates, making it harder for everyone to get loans for things that they maintain like a car or house. >> give us a sense of the debt package. you came of with a response yesterday saying that it does not go far enough, the debt package does not cut it. what are the deficiencies. >> it does not take on the things that are really driving debt. look at it as a piece of pie and look at the pieces of pipe that taking of the most. defense spending, social security and medicare, something needs to be done so that those
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problems are there down the road for future generations and including this generation. >> china reacted by calling on the u.s. to get its fiscal house in order and to put its reluctance to debt, its reliance on deck, in china's word, for the u.s. to stop that. china is the largest debt holder of u.s. paper, so to speak, one trillion dollars. their word carries a lot of weight. >> i think it does. the fact we of countries like china and telling us to get our house in order hurts our pride a little bit. it also highlights the fact of how bad things really are.
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>> if we do not start putting politics aside, this is a wake- up call.
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>> we pay the sales tax. anywhere you see one of these, they are paying the sales tax.
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... >> we are back on a kron 4 news weekend. the coast guard is searching for a man who was last seen as stealing from the bay
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area. he was headed to san diego from the grande marina in alameda. here is a look at some photos on this 27 ft. sailboat. family members contacted the coast guard when he stopped answering his phone. he set sail back on july 27th. news around the bay, san francisco police want to crack down on if pedestrian violations. they're handing out fliers in san francisco, that district has some of the highest incidence of traffic and pedestrian injuries and fatalities. this campaign is happening just blocks away from where a nine year-old boy was hit by runway dry run thursday night. nine year-old ryan white was walking with his family after the giants game at at&t park. the driver, andrew vargas was allegedly going the wrong way when he turned onto mission street hitting the boy. two other people and several other
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vehicles. was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and felony hit and run. the full forecast for the bay area coming up next. a live look outside, overcast skies and fall over the approach to the bay bridge. we will be right back. if
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>> the fog has been dominating our forecast. dense fog and drizzle close to the coastline. by noon in the fog will move to the coastline. temptresses afternoon will be cooler. we will see the wind picking up. mild conditions through the afternoon. from the north bay to the south bay as well as the dull thud. fall will be slower to push back. getting back to
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san francisco and the coastline by noon and hugging the coup'cot through the 3:00 p.m. hour. this afternoon, the winds will be picking up by the 5:00 p.m. hour. we are seeing gusts in the 20 mi. per hour range. as for charges this morning, a pretty mild, and temperatures in the '50s. by noon, slower to warm up because the fall will deliver no longer on the bayshore. here are your highs for the day. let's take a look
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at temperatures around the bay area. temperatures are well below average for this time of year. a few degrees below average in hayward, oakland and
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san francisco. a look at your 7 day around the bay forecast, cool weather sticking with us through the weekend and into next week. we will see temperatures warm in the inland valleys to near normal. >> this driver did not have the hands free device, so he pulled over to the side of the road to take a phone call. this driver was pulled over on the shoulder of an offramp.
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>> i saw the car parked on the freeway, what is going on? >> driver of this truck stopped to take a break. here is the problem. >> do you have an emergency? are you broken down? " >> i am taking a break. >> it is against the law to stop on any part of the freeway unless you have a true emergency. >> you need to keep in mind that you cannot park on and off ramps or on a ramp to take a nap. >> these trucks stopped to change paper work. >> you stop on the freeway, i wanna see what was going on. >> one it needed documents for a generator. >> this is paul. he had a blue tint of stopped on the side of the road to talk on the phone because? >> the van has a lot of stuff in
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it and makes a lot of noise. >> unless it is a true emergency like a flat tire or engine failure or getting pulled over by the police, you have to keep moving. it is a moving violation and could cost you points on your record. >> it is a contest aimed at showcasing the city of oakland. last night jean quan joined dozens of residents to announce the winner of why i chose oakland photo and video competition. dozens of pictures and videos were submitted, all of them explain why people of oakland. the two grand prize winners will fly a family or friends to the city. coming up on the kron 4 news weekend, more oakland police officers will be on the streets patrolling. henry is back with a serious issue that affects kids. >> our children are over medicated and over diagnosed
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says our next guest. dr. wade says the pharmaceutical companies have a scam going on. we will split on kron 4 news coming up.
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>> 5 million children diagnosed with a ph.d. in 1 million diagnosed with depression and 1 million diagnosed with bipolar disorder. amazing statistics. our next guest says something is really wrong with the system. she has written a book called suffering the children, a case against labeling and medicating. they give for joining us. what is wrong with the system. >> children are being diagnosed and medicated with psychiatric medications and unnecessarily and unsafely. it is happening because it is the mainstream way
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of doing things. it is profitable for the pharmaceutical industry to have these psychiatric labels and to have these medications being sold. they are extremely profitable medications. >> enter some of the most common medications, in all cases or in many cases dangerous? >> in all cases for children, especially the first to, the anti apes seizure drugs which are prescribed to poor children with bipolar disorder, and these drugs have a very risky side effects of causing pancreas damage, liver damage and possibly anemia. they do not work for kids, truth be told. the second class of drugs are anti psychotics prescribed for children with bipolar disorder
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one drug causes weight gain, a half pound month, that in the blood and their risks later associated with obesity. >> are these proven facts? >> yes, they are. there are studies. there are severe warnings on these drugs. the fda does have noticed, if you look at their web site, there are warnings, the doctors did not emphasize the warnings. they do not tell parents. well >> about anti-depressant? >> on the fda page for these drugs, they say the first warning is severe risk of suicide. isuicidal ideation, especially with teenagers. teenagers to take anti depressions have a higher risk of suicide. honda stimulants,
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there is an fda warning we are no longer work prescribing canada because of the research. >> what do you believe is going on? if i found a doctor and ask what are you prescribing this, what with the doctors say. >> no doctor will say it addresses the underlying problem, and only addresses the symptom. >> what is the solution. ?
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>> family therapy. making interventions to change the dynamics. >> you can meet dr. witte october 3rd. >> when we come back, nano
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>> new this morning out of afghanistan, 31 special forces troops in the seven afghan forces have been killed, it happen over night when their helicopter was shot down by insurgents in the eastern province. it is the highest number of casualties reported in a single incident in the tenure old war. president obama said this morning, this is a reminder of the extraordinary sacrifices being made by america's military and its families. the talent and has taken responsibility for the crash. democrats and republicans are blaming one another for the historic downgrading of the u.s. credit rating. the s&p downgraded the u.s. credit rating from a aaa rating to 8 aa
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+ rating. the u.s. traditionally has been one of the safest investments in the world. china at one trillion dollars is the largest foreign holder of debt and in demanding that the u.s. to tighten its belt since confront its addiction to debts. let's get you caught up on the forecast as we take a live look outside from san jose. things are starting to clear a little bit. let's find out the forecast. >> once again, foggy is going to be the story out there today and through the weekend. dense fog and drizzle close to the coastline. as we head into the afternoon the fog will be stored to scale back. temperatures will be cooler today for the inland valleys. we will drop several degrees and a few degrees on the bayshore. tomorrow the dense fog
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and drizzle will return but we will not see a lot of change in terms of tartar. more on the forecast and it is going to get breezy this afternoon, all of that coming up in a bid. >> back to the news this morning, more officers will be patrolling the streets in oakland. about one dozen officers will be back on patrol today. the move comes as the city deals with the recent spike in violence. >> they are sons, husbands and fathers. they are also just a few of the 71 homicide victims in oakland this year. the city is on track to surpass last year's homicide total a record another a violent year. for many people who live here, an end to violence cannot come soon enough. >> 13 years old, 28 months old, these are babies. we're losing babies. >> this victim's advocate says she is glad oakland has rehire some of the laid-off police
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officers. she along with many residents say in order to be effective in solving and stopping crimes, the officers have to build a relationship with the communities. >> we need of law-enforcement, trained people to get our community under control, but they have to do it the right way. >> more community activities, maybe, with the police department involved to help build trust. they need to build trust first. >> oakland's mayor says 27 retired officers will begin patrolling east and west oakland's this weekend. she says of those two areas record 92 percent of the city's homicides this year. the mayor says in all, 32 laid-off police officers will be rehired by the end of summer. >> we're really going to concentrate on extra patrols in the intervention from a checking on probation. members agree it will take more of police to stop the violence. they say the committee has to be involved so that your pictures
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will appear on this, poster. >> 89 year-old boy remains in critical condition at san francisco general. ryan white was hit by a driver while walking with his family after a giants game on thursday night. the driver was going the wrong way on the new montgomery and made a hard left on to mission striking white. the driver then drove off. the police have identified the suspect as andrew vargas. feds terisa estacio reports, he is now facing multiple charges. >> this was the scene when police caught up with ever vargas in hayward. he underwent a field sobriety test and officials say that he was twice the legal limit at the time. that was nearly an hour after the crash in san francisco. following his arrest police say they have witnesses to go to him or to identify his car. >> they called us because we had
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given the license plate numbers, witnesses positively identified the vehicle as well as the suspect. >> vargas is now at the san francisco county jail. we requested a deal has interview but we are told he could not because he was undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. police say that vargas was arrested on several charges including felony hit and run into driving under the influence, possession of an open container of alcohol and they say there will probably be more charges to come. >> he had several cars. four people were injured, only to have to go to the hospital. >> today marks the 66 anniversary of hiroshima. it was the first time an atomic bomb was used in warfare. the bombing
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was credited with convincing japan to end world war two. still ahead on the kron 4 news, a warning for parents in the south bay after reports of an attempted kidnapping. we'll have that story coming up. a live look outside the golden gate bridge. it is still overcast and a bit wet out there. we will be right back.
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>> police are warning residents in the south bay to be on the lookout after there were two potential deductions. here is one sketch, the man tried to lure a 10 year-old girl from her home. in another case a man went out after a boy into a teenager.
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police say the attempt to not appear to be related. investigators >> are searching for answers after finding a body burning in the car thursday evening. the car was engulfed in flames, the victim was the only person in the car. no cause of death has been determined and no arrest has been made. still ahead, the kids that helped mark the celebration in the end of world war two. a full forecast straight ahead. a live look at one of crete. we will be right back. to take ...
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>> and, and statue is on display, this culture of the famous times or a kiss between interest in an unassailable. it will be on display today and tomorrow at pure 45 at fisherman's wharf. inspired by the eye, was taken back on
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august 14th 1945. that was a president truman announced that world war two was over. >> overcast skies in san francisco. jacqueline bennett is joining us with the forecast for the weekend. >> the frog has been dominating our forecast. today is no exception. fog tracker 4 this backtracking a little bit to see her sense of the fall was. from the north bay to the south bay.
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i did mention that the fall will be slower to push back. when the fog is a lingering over the peninsula. oaklands, the north bay and into vallejo, finally getting back to san francisco and the coastline. temperatures will continue to be cool. we will seek additional cooling things to the lingering fall. the winds are also thinking of the 5:00 p.m. hour breezy conditions with winds in the teens. as we head into the nighttime hours the wind speeds will start to die down a little bit. as for the charges this morning, a pretty mild. only a
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few spots getting back into the 80s today. let's take a look into ridges around the bay area, '70s and '80s and are 80's yesterday. today we will only be in the lower 80s. only one place in the mid '80s, that will be pleasanton. in concord, 10
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degrees below average. a few degrees below average in oakland and san francisco. foggy and cool weather sticking with us through the weekend and into early next week with a little bit of a change on tuesday. cooling down a couple of degrees the state of 3 next week. >> a registered sex offender is in jail following the attempted kidnapping of a woman. she is pushing her two year-old in a stroller and that the county what happens. police say that 61 year-old paul benson try to force her into his car after she refused a ride. neighbors described his past behavior as odd. >> 61 year-old paul webster has lived in this retirement mobile home park for several years and was arrested at his residence on thursday afternoon. that came as no surprise to his neighbor. becky says that webster proposition all of the single woman on the street and she
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remembers hearing about him being aggressive towards a woman who worked there. fish >> he came out of the house and talk to her. >> that he was surprised at what they found on the web site. webster has a conviction for copulation with a minor under 16, a conviction of sodom and other minor under 16 and indecent exposure. but she read about his past conviction, she thought about the indecent exposure, the same thing happened in the tree the part about a year ago. >> i was sitting on the porch smoking a cigarette, he was walking down the street with only a t-shirt on. i told the managers. i should call the
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police. >> they were concerned about websters behavior but did not know about his past until today. >> growing fears after the snb had done rid of the credit rating of the u.s.. find out what president obama says must happen to get the country back on track. >> is the growing laboratories. back to the 14. the latest in the year from the latest from beer makers. the pacific a
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growing laboratories, corporate
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and these two guys are by engineers. he is a former lobbyist in washington. brian and patrick. together they started in brewing co. >> we are growing in a garage in so much.--soma. >> your joint beer brewing and you teach a class is? >> as. for people interested in if you're making. we have a small pilot system that we used to make 10 gal. batches.
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>> this is a unique and delicious be year. now, we are going to show you how easy it is for you to make beer. >> there are different stores throughout the bay area for you can purchase kits and they will provide you with all of the materials you need. the real ingredients for appeawe're makig our different greens. we have hoppes' from bittering in the citrus flavor. we also have the yeast. these are living yeast cells. we also have water.
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>> this is dancing looking. you cannot use something very simple. but i got my first couple of the kitchen supply store. >> there are so many breweries of there. how are you guys going to distinguish yourself. you have a reputation for people who have guns your glasses. >> unique ingredients that most
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breweries do not use. camomile or szechwan peppers. we will try retests on friends and family and then tweet the recipe. >> there is a rigorous protocol for manufacturing and selling of all to the public. we have been working with them it has been an amazing experience.
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>> they will have a free tasting coming up. there is a web site on your screen. fabulous. the most hidden your company in the town. a proposal
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tam interview from san jose. let's get caught up on the forecast from jacqueline bennett. >> as we head into the afternoon the fog will be slower to scale back. tartars will be cooler out there today, the inland valleys will drop several degrees. >> the u.s. is facing its first downgrade in its credit rating.
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president obama wants patent reform to be enacted. in >> few common-sense steps. these ideas and been supported by democrats republicans. send the bills to my desk so that i designer runway. both parties share power and responsibility for our progress. moving our economy and country forward is not a democrat or republican responsibility, it is our responsibility as americans. >> to the president's address comes one day after a better than expected jobs report came out. employers added 1/2 to 17,000 jobs in july. that is a big improvement compared to june and just 18,000 added in that month. the unemployment rate dropped a little bit from 9.2%- 911% in july. dan kerman spoke
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to job-seekers and employers. >> at the state employment office in sunnyvale the continue to seek 200-300 job-seekers each day. >> have been out of work table for three years. >> i have the knowledge, i am just looking for someone to give me a chance. >> those who run the centers say hiring is on the increase. as an example for the uptake in hiring, they have a group of job-seekers looking for
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technology jobs. they say in the last four months, 90 of them have found work which they say is definitely an increase over the same period from last year. the search is also taking hold for companies served by the professional staffing firm. >> our clients are definitely talking about future in the current hiring needs, adding to their staff and a lot of positions that we talk to clients about, they are new positions that are being added. >> people are reminded that every opportunity is really not edition. often times it lead to full-time employment. in santa clara, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> in the east bay, an oakland
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police are considering a curfew for young people. >> the subject of implementing in juvenile curfew as a means to reduce violent crime and oakland is a touchy subject for leaders. i could not find what city councilperson available to discuss the issue. the mayor does not support the curfew idea. the mayor might be open to some sort of glittering enforcement to get teenagers off the street during certain hours. under curfew idea was floated to city leaders a while back as an option to reduce crime after reviewing in juvenile crime statistics like these. the categories were homicides, shootings, burglaries and auto thefts. for march-may, 155 juveniles were
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arrested and 283 were considered suspects. that is a total of 430 juvenile. in the summer months of to dow's intent that number increases from june to august. saw officials as city hall say at this time there is nothing on the table when it comes to any kind of perfume for the city of oakland. the idea of a teen curfews getting mixed reactions. we spoke to some about the proposal. to do not support a curfew. i am tired of seeing the use around here, instead of being in a community center or something like that, they are out there running around and talking crazy, they have guns and stuff like that. a lot of
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wonderful things can happen after 10:00 p.m.. i am for that. i want to make sure my son is safe. now is a good time for police to have one more task or responsibility it is a double- edged sword. san francisco and san jose have curfews, oakland is the only of the three major cities without a curfew. the country is celebrating the one
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hundredth birthday of i love lucy. overcast skies. we will be right back. of gift lucille ball
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continues to capture our hearts. to the wonder years old today. she was born in jamestown york in 1911. it turns of the global
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lows lucia's well. if you go to their home page there is a tribute to the iconic comedian. click on the tv icon and you can see clips from i love lucy. a final check on a forecast coming up on the kron 4 news weekend. in san francisco things are starting to clear a little bit compared to earlier this morning. >> buzz had advice on how to keep your pots from getting too high. that is coming up on henry's garden.
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>> flash flooding in north carolina on friday killed at least one person and forced the evacuation of different neighborhoods. both had to be used to rescue people. motorists were stranded and had to be rescued. as much as 6 in. of rain fell on parts of charlotte.
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>> a much difference seen here. a little bit of drizzle but nothing to complain about. overcast skies. outside of the golden gate reports of overcast skies. >> we started this morning with a dense fog and drizzle. by noon the fall will have peeled back to the coastline. temperatures this afternoon will be able to cooler. look at how extensive the fog was at its peak. i did mention of the fall will be slower to push back. the fog is still lingering over the
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peninsula in oakland, north k and vallejo. temperatures will continue to be cool. we will see additional cooling in places like oakland, hayward, thanks to a beleaguering fall. this afternoon, the winds are picking up. wind gusts in the 20 mi. per hour range. as we head into the nighttime hours, the wind gusts are going to die down. here are your highs for the day. staying
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cool along the coast. for the most part 70's to the north bay. we're keeping -- as well below average for this time of year. they'll look at the kron 4
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7 day around the bay forecasts, foggy and cool weather >> taking a live look at the camera above mt. tam, it could be a nice day to get out in the garden. >> in the earlier segment we talked about the secret to a beautiful container in the garden. look at this lily. look at the picture that i took. >> water and nutrients is the
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issue. >> which of people do when the soil sinks? >> you do not want to add soil. you do not want the plant to be tuesday. take them out of the container and as a soil to the bottom.
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>> we have to cover the drainage holes to slow down the reduction of soil at the bottom. that is one of the reasons that you lose soil. two things are happening, actually three things. if the soil seeps out, because the soil is organic
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>> it is mostly organic. there is a reduction that way. >> this will also compacts. >> soil moist is a granular material, it is a crystal that hydrates.
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>> there are other ways of fertilizing the work really well. >> water well. sandbag. >> for every pot that has been sitting in your garden, you have some work ahead.
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>> at the movies this weekend, a chance to live the life of someone else, kiberlee sakamoto has more on what is new in theaters. >> jason bateman and ryan reynolds start in the comedy the changeup. two best friends awakens to find they have gotten what they want. a chance to live each other's lives. good intentions have dangerous results and a rise of the planet of the haze. james frank plays a scientist experimenting with genetic engineering to find a cure for alzheimer's. he tests a drug on a primate who takes on human like intelligence but has no love for human authority. rise of the planet of the apes
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is rated pg-13. >> thank you for joining us on the kron 4 news. as a reminder, stay with us tonight for the kron 4 news weekend at 8:00 p.m.. thank you for joining us and have a good day. this bonds
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